|Regions with significant populations|
|Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo|
|Mbaka, French, Sango|
|Christianity, traditional African religions|
The M'baka are a minority ethnic group in the Central African Republic and northwest Democratic Republic of Congo. The M'Baka speak the Mbaka language and have a population of roughly 300,000.
The M'Bakas speak Mbaka language which is a language belong to the Ubangian language family. The Gilima variety is assigned to a separate ISO 639-3 code.
Famous M'Baka people
- Jean-Bédel Bokassa, former President and self-styled Emperor of Central African Republic
- David Dacko, First President of Central African Republic
- Barthélémy Boganda, First Prime Minister of Central African Republic
- Koffi Olomide, Congolese singer
- 1 2 Appiah & Gates 1999, p. 1278.
- Appiah; Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., eds. (1999), Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, New York: Basic Books, ISBN 0-465-00071-1, OCLC 41649745.
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